"...it takes a little effort to really get into this movie.The
first half an hour is a little boring."
"It's probably a good movie though, but i don't know why."
What makes the quality of this movie is that the writers spent time on character development, which is nearly a lost art in this modern age of car chases, instant gratification, and short attention spans. The focus is not so much on the action as it is on the people:
on who they are, and why they are doing what they do. All the best stories, the ones that stand the test of time, put their attention on the characters, and tell how all the action and events influence and shape their lives.
Ordinary moviemaking treats the screen like a window, leaving the audience to watch the action through it from the outside. Real moviemaking, like real storytelling, invites and draws the audience into
the story and makes them part of it. One of the ways to do that is to portray sufficient emotion that the characters come alive, so that they feel like real people.
This movie does all of those things. Definitely a keeper. Thanks for uploading it.